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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Martin Kane
August 06, 1973
?Johnny Unitas, 40-year-old quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, asked why his knee is bothering him: "It's old."
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August 06, 1973

They Said It

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? Johnny Unitas, 40-year-old quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, asked why his knee is bothering him: "It's old."

? Chi Chi Rodriguez, pro golfer: "The first time I played the Masters I was so nervous I drank a bottle of rum before I teed off. I shot the happiest 83 of my life."

?Marty Januszkiewicz, Baltimore Colt rookie, on the unaccustomed chore of signing autographs for admiring youngsters: "You make a big J, a couple of squiggles and some bumps. Who knows the difference anyway?"

? Mickey Herskowitz, Houston sports telecaster: " Duane Thomas may be the only man in Washington who isn't talking."

? Lee Trevino, pro golfer, on the PGA's lengthy $500,000 autumn tournament: "I can't stay two weeks in one place even at home, so how in the world could I spend two weeks in Pinehurst, N.C. in the middle of winter?"

? Julius Boros, 53-year-old pro golfer: "I'll play any woman golfer in the world even-up—and use only one club."

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